NEW YORK, March 30 (Reuters) - The United States rejected rescue plans from General Motors and Chrysler and ousted GM's chief executive Rick Wagoner, rekindling concern the automakers could go bankrupt. For more stories, click [nN29520526] The following is a compilation of analyst notes and their initial reactions to the taskforce findings: JOHN MURPHY AND JOHN LOVALLO II, RESEARCH ANALYSTS AT BANK OF AMERICA/MERRILL LYNCH, NEW YORK (Incoming CEO Fritz) Henderson may take a more hard ...
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